Weekend sunshine spills over into the work week, but in less 36 hours we’re bracing for our next snow storm. Let’s break down another active weather week!
Monday – Morning clouds thanks to weak disturbance to our south and west clear up, allowing for another gorgeous, sunny afternoon. The temp limps along through the teens, topping out in the 20s this afternoon and taking a stab at 30° near the Massachusetts border. Light north wind 5-10 mph.
Monday Night – Mostly clear to partly cloudy, calm and cold. Overnight low temps bottom out in from 10° above south, to 10° below zero north.
Tuesday – Your morning commute is quiet and issue-free as far as the weather is concerned. Clouds will slowly trickle back in, with snow kicking off between 1 PM and 7 PM, from southwest to northeast. Snow overnight will be moderate to heavy, limiting visibility and covering roads. Overnight, the temp falls from a daytime high in the low 20s to a low in the teens.
Wednesday – Snow will wrap up west to east in the afternoon, leaving a general 6-12″. A southeast wind could lead to some shadowing or protecting off the Passumpsic River Valley and the Champlain Valley from the highest snow totals. Meanwhile, mountain peaks and eastern slopes, plus the St. Lawrence River Valley have the potential for a foot or more of snow. Low 30s.
Have a great day!
-Skytracker Meteorologist Amanda Thibault